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Veggies prices rise

Veggies prices rise

Prices of highland vegetables increase amid intermittent rains and expected surge of visitor arrivals in Baguio City and La Trinidad for the Holy Week and summer months, as wholesalers and retailers expect demand to shoot up at the expense of supply causing higher prices in the market. Wholesale prices of highland vegetables with a mark up of around 30 to a max of 50 pesos per kilo at retail price. Wholesale prices: cabbage,  P40 per kilo; potatoes, P40/kilo; Baguio beans, P60/kilo; carrots, P60/kilo; lettuce, P80/kilo; cauliflower, P120/kilo; broccoli, P125/kilo; sweet peas, P120/kilo; bell pepper, P120/kilo; cucumber, P60 kilo; onion keeks, P45/kilo; radish, P50/kilo. 

Topics: Vegetables , Baguio City , La Trinidad , Holy Week
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